The question boils down to, John Y, do you want to separate yourself from the RCC?
If not, then you have a serious problem, and the little time I have posted on here, I have seen you have been spoon fed plenty of Truth in order to repent.
I pray that you would take this as admonishment and exhortation, and remove the RCC from your life. They are hindering the Holy Spirit from working in your life, if you are truthfully, scriptually saved from your sins.
Whence it comes about that the whole world does not belong to its Creator except that grace rescues from Godâ€™s curse and wrath and eternal death a limited number who would otherwise perish. But the world itself is left to its own destruction, to which it has been destined. Meanwhile, although Christ interposes himself as mediator, he claims for himself, in common with the Father, the right to choose. â€˜I am not speakingâ€™, he says, â€˜of all; I know whom I have chosenâ€™ (John 13: 18). If anyone ask whence he has chosen them, he replies in another passage: â€˜From the worldâ€™ (John 15:19), which he excludes from his prayers when he commends his disciples to the Father (John 17:9)... Inst. III.xxii.7
Through Isaiah he still more openly shows how he directs the promises of salvation specifically to the elect: for he proclaims that they alone, not the whole human race without distinction, are to become his disciples (Isa. 8:16). Hence it is clear that the doctrine of salvation, which is said to be reserved solely and individually for the sons of the church, is falsely debased when presented as effectually profitable to all. Inst. III.xxii.10.